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    George W. Bush: the story of an American president The Bush family, has shaped the last American century. As the Rockefellers and the Kennedys, The Bush appertain to an oligarchy where power reign. It is a family with important connections that goes back to the First World War when “Samuel Prescott Bush (1863-1948) headed the War Industries Board's small-arms, ammunition and ordnance section of the Wilson administration”. [COTTON, M. (2016). Sacrifice, the Bush Way: From Self to Others. Journal Of

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    George W. Bush: Ineffective Leadership. George W. Bush has been locked in on politics before his presidency. His father was U.S. President, George H.W. Bush and he joined a variety of political clubs in highschool and college (Alterman & Green, 2004). Before his presidency, George W. Bush was the governor of Texas. Like the rest of his family, George W. Bush’s grandfather had a role in politics. His grandfather was a former Republican Senator of Connecticut. Although George W. Bush was elected

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    George W. Bush and Foreign Policy The Victorian parlor of the Texas governor's mansion is a cavernous place, which is a good thing, for the room was full of experts and egos. With their lofty academic pedigrees and service records in GOP administrations, they had come to Austin last summer to teach, to brief and to take the measure of George W. Bush. The topic this day was defense and foreign policy. The lecture began with a flip-chart talk. Within minutes, the governor interrupted. He'd read

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    George W. Bush, the forty-third American president, is a controversial president in American history. Some people think he was a successful president and has brought America positive effects, while others think he was a failed president. Sean Wilentz wrote an essay in Rolling Stone that described George W. Bush as the worst president in history (cited in Knott, 2012). Although George W. Bush has deeply influenced America, he is not a hero for two reasons: he caused wars and increased economic deficits

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    George W. Bush as the Anti-Christ To really grasp the significance of the symbol of the anti-Christ we must first posit politics as itself symbolic. Politics is the semiotics of a nation's will: it becomes the People just as the People become it by being elected into office and participating in the political process, or in dictatorships, by following the rules and not forming underground movements. But in a democracy, it is an especially tight symbolic relationship, thus the clear relationship

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    On September 20, 2001, President George W. Bush addressed Congress and the nation. The address was nine days after the 9/11 attack on the United States, and it talked about the overwhelming support and strength of the American people and the support of foreign nations. He spoke of the upcoming actions that would be required of the people and the government in order to bring justice and a stop to the terrorist group, al Qaeda. President Bush also spoke about how the executive branch and Congress would

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    On September 11, 2001, President George W. Bush addressed the nation regarding the terrorist attack on the United States of America. Through his speech, he briefly described the horror that tremendously effected people coast to coast. He addressed the nation as a whole, while he also gave his condolences to those who’s families were directly impacted. In hopes to ease the minds of American citizens, President Bush discussed the actions taken by the government to secure and prevent any future attacks

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    George H.W. Bush served in the US Navy, in World War II as a pilot. Bush was just under the age 19, when he received his wings. This made Bush the youngest commissioned pilot at the time. After his plane was shot down by the Japanese, Bush received the Distinguished Flying Cross for his great act of bravery (History Staff, 2009). With Bush’s experience in the military, he was very educated when it came to foreign affairs. He experienced many issues with foreign affairs during his presidency, including:

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    (Sastry and Wiersema). On May 1, President Bush landed on the USS Abraham Lincoln, becoming the first president to land on an aircraft carrier. He declared the United States and its allies had prevailed, but the war was not over. Now, the attention shifted to becoming peacekeepers. Major combat operations were affirmed over as Bush declared “mission accomplished” (Sastry and Wiersema). As the peacekeeping operations in Iraq ensued halfway around the world, Bush turned attention to another global crisis

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    to be on September 11, 2001 in my opinion. President George W. Bush made a speech regarding the terrorist attacked that happened on the World Trade Center in New York City. In President Bush speech he makes some really good strong points his speech is very effective. The presidential speech Bush made is known as 9/11 Address to the Nation President Bush talks about the deadly terrorist attack that happened on September 11, 2001. President Bush talks about the terrorist attack that left a lot of people

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